Clouds and closed roads meant today was unexpectedly low-key. The grapevines of La Geria nest low to the ground, dug into shallow pits surrounded by crescents of volcanic rock to shelter against the fierce winds. Unfortunately for me, today was mostly overcast, with a double whammy of some sort of private event that closed off the entire region.
Managed to get close-ups of some grapevines just before the roadblocks before I gave up and headed back to the coast. Went to one of the four "Asian" restaurants instead of more common Spanish or slightly less common Italian restaurants, naturally ended up with a disappointing meal. But for a tourist trap, really, disappointment was to be expected? Salvaged a bit of the night with solid churros for dessert and a stop by the local grocery store to appreciate how dirt cheap wine is here (and found Ruffles Sabora a Jamon chips!).